WE DON’T EAT ROCKS (until we do)

Valerie Rice | July 30, 2021 There was a time I could not imagine myself telling someone not to eat rocks, but then I had children. And yes, most parents have the phase of removing nonfood items from the mouths of their wee ones. At some point we assume they grow out of it. ButContinue reading “WE DON’T EAT ROCKS (until we do)”

Symptom Overlap and Misdiagnosis: Serious Side Effects of Womanhood

Valerie Rice | July 29, 2021 If you are female, or AFAB, raise your hand. Okay, if you have been to see a mental health professional and been given a series of diagnoses raise your hand. You are not alone. The reasons for this are many. Not only is diagnosis an art form and notContinue reading “Symptom Overlap and Misdiagnosis: Serious Side Effects of Womanhood”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 4

Valerie Rice | March 25, 2021 Welcome to the final instalment of this series, you made it! Thank you for your patience and dedication to learning about including all our brains into the kaleidoscope of functioning. I’m super excited that we got here together!  This is the last and possibly most difficult piece of theContinue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 4”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 3

Valerie Rice | March 24,2021 Welcome back! I am so excited that you are still here with me on this journey of neurodiversity. As a subject near and dear to my heart, I am pleased that so many people are interested in the colorful spectrum of the human mind. Today I figured I would goContinue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World : Part 3”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 2

Valerie Rice | March 23 , 2021 Alright, I am going to stop comparing brains to electronics, because I hope we all get the point. A neurodiverse brain has different wiring than what one considers typical. My last post was filled with quite a bit of information and not a lot of guidance. I do that,Continue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 2”

Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 1

Valerie Rice  | March 22,2021 Oh dear, I am using the giant words. For many parents, first time or veteran, the success of their children is a top priority. We want our offspring to grow up and be happy, productive members of society. Unfortunately, we are bombarded with so much information and unwanted advice thatContinue reading “Neurodivergent Children in a Neurotypical World: Part 1”

Why an Early Diagnosis is Important in Autism

By Andrea Watson March 2, 2021 A few years back, my sister casually mentioned to me that she knew I was autistic for a long time and she just assumed that I knew too. My world was completely turned upside down. So for the longest time I just thought I was a jerk who didn’tContinue reading “Why an Early Diagnosis is Important in Autism”

Understanding Autism

Surviving as a Parent With an Autistic Child I know, it seems like we’ve heard this all before, right? Dealing with autism is hard. VERY hard. It tries the best of us to within an inch of our sanity at times. We get hurt. We make mistakes. We misunderstand. We just cannot connect to ourContinue reading “Understanding Autism”


By Valerie Rice | December 11, 2020 Medical Marijuana, or Cannabis, has long been touted as the miracle cure. But what does this really do? Is it really a replacement for opioid medication, does it stop seizures, and help with mental illness? What’s with the hype? Or are we really looking at a bunch ofContinue reading “MMJ: IS IT WORTH IT?”

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